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s Ko. 10 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1872.
TBS CHABXBSTON DALLT NEWS "IS deelgoa
"ted aa tbe newspaper for tbe publication of
"all legal notices, and official advertisements,
"for the County of Charleston, under the act
"of Pebruary 22d, 1870, entitled an act to regu
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. , NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Indianapolis boasts of a leading contrac?
tor who can neither read nor write, and who
does not know one: figur? ?rom another, yet |
can accurately estimate the number of brick
for a wall, or shingle's tor a roof, ot given di?
mensions, and the cost of construction.
As tVetgo ol the times it may be ?tated that J
the'1 Cia oin natl Gazette, heretofore ? strong |
protectionist Journal, now takes ground In
favor of sTevenue tariff caly; and explains Its
position by statin g tb at any party tbat should J
favor a protection tariff would, In a general
election, be beaten ont of Bight at the polls.
-it le stated that a gentleman recently ar-1
rived from Paris says that the notorious Jose?
phine Mansfield appeared lo that city some
weeks ago. She had about.thirty-seven thou?
sand dollars lo money. This she deposited in
to? banking boase of Bowles Bros. Wheo the
fallar? of that house was announced s'?e
' wrang her hands in grief, and declared that
she waa, ruined. It ls not probable that she
will recover a cent or her money.
-Tbe'Emperor ot Germany ls reported to J
have Issued a decree creatlog twenty-five new |
Prussian peers. The persons thus ennobled
have been taken from the ranks of the gov?
ernment officials, generals of lbs army and
landholders. This creation of r.ev peers ls a
measure adopted by the Emperor In conse
' queuce of the obstinacy ox the Prussian House
of Lords lo refusing its assent to the oew
comity reform bill, which bas passed the
-Mr. Ruskin recently wrote the following j
choice criticism of himself : "I was obliged to J
write too young, wheal knew only hail-truths,
and wa?, eager to set them forth-by what I
thought fine words. People used to call me
a good writer ? thea; aow 'they say I can't
write at all; because, for instance, If I tbink
anybody's bouse ls on fire, I only say, 'Slr,
your house is on fire;' whereas, formerly I
used to say, 'Slr, the abode lu which you
probably passed the delightful days of youth
ls la a state of Inflammation,' and everybody
med to like the effect of two p's In 'probably
passed' and of the two. d's In delightful
-It ls said that the officers of the sl^jai
service on Mount Washington are trying to
teach a dog to carry the mall ti and from that j
station.. A correspondent of the Boston Ad?
vertiser suggests that this is aa inappropriate
season for such instruction, there being four
or five feet of BOOW on the ground, but that
with a dog of good Intellect, quick perceptions,
aod ordinary docility, Euccess may be easily
secured, in support of this opinion be says
there ls a tradition, coming through euch
worthy sources as to authorize belief, that pre?
vious to the year 1760 the mail between Ports-1
mooth,. N? H, and Wells, Me, for seven years j
waa-regularly carried by a dog. The malt was
carefully made up, tied to tbe animal's neck,
and carried safely through, until at last, oo
one of his Journeys, the faithful creature was
killed by tbe IodiaoB.
-The NewTork Journal of Commerce of I
Tuesday says : "Yesterday the quotation com?
mittee, of tbe New Tork Cotton Exohange
were presented with a boll ol cotton which
baa been aokoowledged by experts to be the
largest and most remarkable yet shown on
this market. The presentation was made by
Mtv French, of Messrs. Mortoo, Bliss ? Co.
The boll has spread in a peculiar Ian-like form,
from a large, strong stem. It was grown
from Improved Dixon seed, cultivated by F.
C. ? Joba Morehead, of Catalpa plar.tatloo,
Washlngron County, Mississippi. The sample
sbowe the Improvement by selection aod cul?
tivation, which baa taken place lo four years,
front first ?xperlmeots. This boll contains
twenty-four seed-cells. The seed was planted
May 2A. the plant was Injured by drought j
and worms to some extent ; but six hundred
bolls were counted oo some of the stalks.
Many ol the bolls were of the ordinary form.
The planters expect to Improve the seed so
that lt may produce ten pounds of lint cotton
to'th* stalte. The boll is now oo exhibition to
members at the Cotton Exchange." .
-Groat dissatisfaction is manifested la Eng?
land at the text of the new commercial treaty
with France. It ls complained that France
has been g ranted several important conces?
sions without any corresponding equivalent,
and that the future of the trade with that
coiiHtry la placed entirely at tbe mercy of
President Thiers, who ls now at liberty to
push his protectionist crotchets to any ex?
treme he choses. Coder the "favored nation,"
sad the equalizing clauses, the French Gov?
ernment Is io a position to Bucceselvely ad?
vance the duties to a prohibitive point. This
resaltlsmore especially deprecated in view
ol the fact that the prevailing sentiment of
Frenob manufacturers and business men ls
overwhelmingly lo 'favor of free trade, and
that M. Thiers has only succeeded in imposing
hlsJfetrograde notions by the threat of resigna?
tion which be Invariably shakes af bis oppo?
nents. The time cannot be distant when
France will recover her commercial freedom,
and-thea the treaty will be found to be an
obstacle to progress. The new treaty Is ap?
parently destlued to render still more unpop
alar tho Gladstone ministry, which ls already
smarting under the resulis of the Alabama
and Ban Juan questions.
-The Ban Francisco Chronicle bas a much !
faller report bf the attendant circumstances of |
Jks, Fair's lecture, that didn't come off, than
would have appeared had that well-advertised
Cbariaeter given ber views folly upou "Wolves
jo the Fold.'' Her name seemed sufficient to I
attract a crowd, and at the time appointed the
streets about the hall where she had promised
to lecture were almost Impassable. The les?
sees of Platt's Halli however, refused to open
its doors to the lecturer, and she announced
her Intention of going In person aud claiming
admission. The chief o? police thinking that
his services might be needed, detailed twenty
men and headed them,but when Mrs. Fair de?
manded their escort to storm the hall which
an Invidious discrimination had closed
against her, the chlet wisely refused, saying
that she could apply as well through an agent
as to make a fuss lu her own behalf. About
this time, Mrs. Lane, and a sister of Mrs. Fair
made their way through the crowd, the old
lady expressing an opinion that Laura would
lecture if she had to try twelve years for lt.
A man in the crowd, who Beemed to repre?
sent the sentiments of those around him, car?
ried on his arm a basket, of which he seemed
especially careful. The following Interchange
tood place between him and a reporter, who
asked, "My friend, what have yon In that
basket?" "Eggs," was the laconic reply.
"What are you going to do with them ?"
"Take'em over to the lecture." "Oh!" said
the reporter, "bad eggs." "Well, they ain't
very fresh; I've bad the devil's own Job a
gettln' 'em, too. Hunted all day In the mar?
kets for 'em, and now I am afraid I ain't
agoln' to get a chance to use 'em." Many
warnings were sent to the hall managers not
to open Its doors, or "giant gunpowder or I
! phosphorus" would be applied to the founda?
Legislative Assistance In Rebuilding I
. tbe Burnt District.
.The rebuilding of the burnt district is of I
extreme importance to Charleston, and, in
the measure of its influence upon the growth
of the city and the value of property, it is I
also a subject of deep concern to the whole
State. Some progress has been made. A
number of flue buildings have been put up,
and in the western part of tbe district in
question the evidences of activity are ex-1
tremely. cheering. But the work goes OD
too slowly. I
j Before the war many of the low-country
planters bad honses in Charleston. Every
family strove to have a residence of their
own, and the army of servants occupied
considerable room. A glance at the
"quarters" of the old Charleston honses
shows how much valuable space, formerly
devoted to servants, could be rented out I
when emancipation and contracted means
compelled housekeepers to reduce their
working force. The low-country planters
had not the means of rebuilding their town
houses; many Charleston families, to save I
expense, determined to join hands with their
neighbors, and make one residence serve for
two families. These circumstances, coupled
with a State and county taxation of about
three per cent, prevented the rebuilding of
the waste places, altbongb, the while,
Charleston was steadily improving. Sol
great is the improvement that it is confi-1
deafly believed that the most eligible sites in
the burnt district can now be rebuilt, with-1
out delay, if a sufficient prospect of prout I
is held ont to capitalists. There are nnm-1
bera of person s in Charleston who live with
their connections, or hire suites Of rooms,
or "board oat," who would gladly rent I
houses, if those could be furnished them at
moderate prices. They do not want pala?
ces. Their aspirations are limited to snag,
well-built houses, at a cost of thirty or forty
dollars a month. j
Nothing less than a partial or complete I
release from State and county taxation, for
a term of years, will induce persons of means
to put their money in honses expected to be
rented out. Without such an* exemption
the "burnt district will lie idle for years. I
With such aa exemption residences will
spring up with the rapidity of magic, to the
advantage of the city and Stale, to the ad- j
vantage of merchants and mechanics, and
to the advantage of the large class who I
cannot afford to rent such dwellings as are
now oilered them. From the start the city
and State would sustain no loss, and In the I
end they would be gainers. The rebuilding
of ihe burnt district will lead, both directly
and indirectly, to a reduction of taxation.
And tiie Legislature has never bad before ll I
a non-political measure more pregnant with
private and public benefit than the bill to
encourage the rebuilding of the burnt dis?
trict of Charleston. The subject is a fertile
one, and we hope to discuss the general
merits of tbe scheine and the particular mer
its of the form of relief proposed. I
The last act of Judge Melton's judicial
career was an eminently good one. Had he
decided that the Bine Ridge scrip was con?
stitutional, and receivable in payment of
taxes, no citizen would have ventured to
ascribe the disappointing result to any other
reason than the firm belief of the judge that
such was the law of the case. And the de?
cision against the validity of the scrip is at?
tributed, in like manner, to no other motive
than a determination on the part of the
court to express his deliberate convictions.
ID the judgment of the public, the isBue of
the scrip and the attempt to force it dowD
their throats was a barefaced fraud, and their
view is confirmed by Justice Willard, of the
Supreme Court, in chambers, and by Judge
Melton in the Circuit Court. The case now
goes to the Supreme Court. A decision
against the scrip i 3 the Supreme Court will
be bard upon the bona fide holders, but the
public are resolved not to pay, while they
can avoid it, aoy claim which is tainted
with illegality, and for which, therefore,
they are net liable.
The License Law.
The General Assembly can very well afford
to push the bill repealing the license law.
It was a vexatious enactment, of doubtful con?
stitutionality, bringiog very little hard cash
into the treasury. It is a long time since a
Republican Legislature have made the peo?
ple an acceptable Christmas present. Let
us have the repeal of the license law to give
ns aa nppetite for turkey and a relish for
Too Thin !
Nash, the colored wise-acre, who repre?
sents Richland County In the State Senate,
gives notice of a bill "to resirain the judges
"from graoting injunctions suspending the
"operation of acts of the General Assembly."
This is very funny, except os ah indication,
that Nash contemplates the adoption of
some swindling bill or other, which he would
like to make court-proof.
. Nc .Toke for Corbin.
Jadga Mackey will have his little joke.
The last was a proposition, io the electoral
college, to cast the vote of Sooth Carolina
Tor Corbin, the pluralistic District Attor?
ney. It ls a relief to know that the motion
was withdrawn. But a President brooks no
rival near the throne, and the official head
of the luckless Corbin will soon fall into the
basket That's what's the matter.
The Columbian Union of yesterday says
"The Joint Finance Committee last night
.'agreed upon a tax levy of fifteen mills for
"ail purposes, Including the county tax;
"Uve mills for general purposes, two for
"school purposes, aod three for county. In?
cluding the highway tax, aud rive for de
A Rocky Old ?nw.
Senator Whitemore is keen in his pursuit
of the light-fingered gentry who walked off |
with the huge blocks of granite from the
Statehouse yard. The members of the
Legislature have always been credited with
looking after "the rocka."
J AUFS ADO ER, from New York, are notified that
she will discharge cargo THIS DAT. at Adger's
South Wharf. Gooda uncalled for at sunset will
remain on the wharr at owners' risk:.
decC-l JAMES ADOER A co.. Agents.
^KNIGHTS WISHING TO ATTEND
the GRAND TOURNAMENT AND BALL to bj
given at Walterbora' on Christmas Day next are
required to forward the character in which they
will ride, also five dollars entrance fee, on or be?
fore the 20th December. AU applications must be
made to J. W. WILLIAMS or L. B. cr B R Y AN.
NOTICE TO LOT-OWNERS ON
SULLIVAN'S IsLAND.-Notice is hereby given
that the Resolution adopted by the Town Council
or Mool' rlev l,ie, vacating all Lots on the first day
of January, 1873, upon which a Building bas not
been erected, o: Is being erected, and subjecting
them to a new allotment, will be rigidly enforced.
By order of the Intendant.
dec6-f? D. B. Gi L Li LA ND, Recorder.
~??T. PALMETTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB.
The Members are requested to call at Messrs.
BROWN A JOUNSOS'? Hat Store, King street,
opposite Hasei, and have their measurea taken for
the N .-w Hats, where a sample can be seen.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD O O M P A N Y,
OHAKLESTON, S. C., DECEMBER 5. 1872.-From
and arter this date Naval Stores will be allowed
to remain in this company's jard, tree or storage,
for a period of twelve days from the date of its
arrival, ir cot thea removed a charge or two
cents par barrel per week will be made.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
?&* THE CONSUMPTIVES OB SUF?
FERER from any pulmonary disease will find
TUTT'S EXPECTORANT the most genial restora?
tive ever erre red an invalid. dec6-8DAW
NOTICE. - CAPTAIN COCURANT,
ex-Commander or the French Bark CANTON,
disabled at sea and condemned at this port, de?
sires to charter a vessel to carry forward his
cargo, consisting of 467 pieces or Mahogany,
measuring about 648 tons cubio measurement, to
Falmouth, England, for orders to a Port In Great
Bri t at n or Continent, between Havre and 'Ham?
For particulars apply to
MANTO CE A CO.,
^THE MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN
HUSSARS TILTING CLUB are requested to call
on Messrs. M KN RE A MULLER and leave order.?
for their Uniforms.
By order of the President -
J. O. W. BISCHOFF,
fm* BURN HAM'S AROMATIC DENTI
FKICE, for Cleaning, Beantiiying and Preserving
the Teeth, and Imparting a refreshing taste to the
month. Prepared by
EDW. S. BURNHAM,
Graduate of Pharmacy,
No. 421 King street, Charleston, 8. 0.
Recommended by the following Dentists: Dr
J. B. PATRICK, Dr. B. A. MUOKJ&NFUSY.
?3T~ BELL SCHNAPPS, DISTILLED
by the Proprietors at Schiedam, In Holland. An
invigorating Tonic aud Medicinal Beverage.
Warranted perfeotly pure, and free from al.
deleterious substances. It ls distilled from Bar.
ley of the Soest quality, aud the aromatic Juniper
Berry of Italy, and designed expressly for cases
or Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheu?
matism, General Debility, Cartarrh of the Blad?
der, Pains in tho Back and Stomach, and all
dlaeas ? of the Urinary organs. It gives relief
in Asthma, Gravel and Calculi In the Bladder,
strengthens and Invigorates the system, and ls
a certain preventative and cure of that dreadful
scourge, Fever and Ague.
CAUTION I-Ask for '-HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For saloby all respectable Grocers and Apothe?
HUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Sole Importers.
Office, No. 18 South winiam, street, New York.
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
This GUANO ls now sowell known lu all the
Southern States for Its remarkable effects as an
agenoy for Increasing the products of labor, SB
not to require special recommendation from na.
Ita use tor seven j ears past has established Ita
oharacrer for reliable excellence. The large fixed
capital invested by the Company tn this trade
affords the surest guarantee or the continued ex?
cellence or tula G uano.
The supplies put into market thia season are,
asheretorure, prepared under the perennal super?
intendence or Dr. st. Julian Ravenel. Chemist of
the Company, at charleston. S. o., hence planters
may rest assured ibat Its quality and composition
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
J. N. ROBSON,
selling Aeeot, charleston s. c.
J Nu. S. R? ESE A CO.,
General Atenta. Baltimore.
TERMS-$48 cash; $63 time, without luterest.
To accommodate planters they can order now
and have until the ist of April to decide as to
whether they will take at time or cash price.
When delivered from the Factory by the carload
no dray age wlll.be cnarged.
?sr Papers that loaerted my advertisement last
year win please copy. n >v20-wfmnc*w3moB
A. J. BULLI VA N
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to inform hts mends and the public
that he ls prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs or all kinda at?
tended to. Designs and estimates furnished upon
jyjOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid tor WOOL, WAK
Bides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig Iron. mayso-m wilyr
STEIGT OBSERVANCE LODGE, No. 73,
A. F. M.-The Anuna! Communication of
tins Lodge will ne Held at Holraes's Lyceum at ?
o'clock THU EVK SING. If embers will come pre?
pared to pay Arrears. Brethren will take due and
timely notice ana govern thenjoft'.vesacoordingly.
KV order of the Worshipful Master,
dies _E. W. LEMAN, Secretary.
STONEWALL LODGE, No. 6, K. OF P.
An Extra Meeting or this Lodge will be held
THIS EVSN^a, at s o'clock, at Pythian UalL Busi?
ness of importance will be submitted. Members
are particularly requested to attend.
deofl BO BT. u. STA Bit, K. ot R. and SeaL
MARION LOL GE, No. 2, L 0. 0. F.
Toe Regular Weekly Meeting of this Lodge
wllioe heidi HIS Evsierna, st'T o?cluck, at Odd
Fellows'Hall. - BOBT. 0. STA KR, ,
SUMTER SOCIAL CLUB -ATTEND
tbe Extra Meeting or your Club on THIS
(Friday) EVENING, at half-past 8 o'clock, at Mrs. I
?ernard-a Hall. Society tggj^ ^ I
nova-l*_secretary 8. a club. I
LADIES' FUEL SOCIETY.-THE REG
ULAti Monthly Meeting of the Fuel Society
wm be held at the Depository, Ohalmers street,
To-OAT, at ll o'clock A. M.
Ky order of the President._decs I
MEETING OF THE GARMENT SO0I
ET r will be held at the Dtposltory, Ohal-1
meid fctreet, THIS DAT, 6ttt inst, A punctual at-1
tendance of the Board ls requeated. Bf order.
decs_-, secretary and Treasurer. I
CAROLINA DIVISION, 8. OF T.
The Regular Weekly Meetlnr of this Division I
wUl be held THIS EVSNINO. Sj Booms or Young
Men's christian Association, King Btreet, at hali-1
psst 7 o'clock. A tull attendance to desired.
?y order. W. J. QUlGLEY, B. 8.
decs _' _' I
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
OOMPANY.-You are hereby summoned to I
aticnd a Regular Monthly Meeting or your Oom-1
pauy, at your hall, on ima (Friday) EVENING, 6th I
Instant, at 7 o'clock. By order. I
decs_ARTHUR M CuBEN, Secretary. I
MARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
Attend the Regular Monthly Meeting or
juur Company at your Ball, THIS (Friday) KVI- j
NIKO, the eth instant, at 7 o'clock precisely,
by order. O. A. CA LD nt, secretary.
SDRV1V0BS' ASSOCIATION OF THE J
STATE OF SOUTH ??KOLWA.-The meeting
ot the Snrvivoia' A-aoctadon of the State of I
-oath Carolina, to be held in Oh ? rleston on I
THURSDAY, the i2ih instant, will assemble at the
li I oem lan Hall at 12 M. The address by General J. I
B. HOOD, win be delivered at 1 P. M. on same
day, at the same place. _ ... I
.By order of General WADI HAMPTON, President.
di. ca_A. 0. HAS KB LL, secretary, ?
W~ANT?D, A GIRL TO DOHOUSE
- WUKK. inquire in Tradd street, south
side, first house beyond Logan._dec6-l? I
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. APPLY,
with recommendation, at ..Northwest cor-1
ner of Rutledge and Montague streets. Woman
pro erred._ '_ novS-l? I
WANTED, A COLORED GIRL AS
general house servant. Most have writ
ten reference. Apply at Mo. S6 Hasel street, next I
tost. Mary'a Church._ dec6-l*
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL TO COOK
and do Housework.. Moat bring the
best of recommendations. Apply In Bntledge ave
noe, one door south or cannou street, deoe-l*
WANTED,; A WOMAN AS COOK.
Good references required. Apply at thia I
omeo._ dec 8-1* I
WANTED, WASHER TO TAKE WASH?
ING or small ramily ; ulso small g ri to as-1
slat about house, at ion ot. Phillp street, decs-l*
ACOLORED WOMAN, WITHOUT A
child, wau ta a sitoatlon as Wet Nurse. Ia
quire at No. 10 McBride's lane._dec6-l? :
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, WITHOUT
incombranoea; also, a Oin about fifteen
years of age. Apply at No. 70 Wentworth street. I
WANTED, WOMAN AS COOK,
washer and Ironer, for a small family. I
Good r?f?rences required. Apply to Captain I
WHITS at the Citadel._decS-2*
WANTED, LADIES TO BUY THEIR
FANCY QUOJS at ARCHER'S Bazaar, I
and save afty per ceut. by si doing. i
dec- mwf8*_?_ I
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK,
Wash and make herself generally useful. I
-Apply tn Thomas street, oue door from RadchlTe. I
WANTED, A WET NURSE, TO I
whom good wages will be paid. Apply at
Somhwest corner Meeting and Calhoun streets. I
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
cook and do Housework for a small ram-1
lor. Apply northeast oorner Meeting and Traud I
WANTED, LADIES TO SAVE FIFTY
PER 0ENT. FANCY HATS, latest styles,
fioui 26c. to $1. Fren.h Corsets, 75o. ARCHER'S I
WANTED, ALL TO KNOW MY STOCK
ls the largest and cheapest collection of I
FASCYGOODS thia aide tue Potomac AKUHtK'a
Ur zan r. dec2-i_wf8*
WANTED, AT ST. PAUL'S CHURCH,
Raocllffeboro', sn ORGANIST, TE > OR, and j
li a ss. An oiganist who can combine eu her
tenor or cass with his instrumental performance I
will be paid in propurilon. Apply to the Hector I
of the chu. cu, or to the Gbairuiau or the Vestry, I
Dr. William T. Wi egg._decs- j
WANTED, AT No. 6 WENTWORTH
Street, a house Roy, aged Irom 14 to io I
yeats, ami with gOud lecommendatluna. deo2
AYOUNG LADY WISHES A SITUA?
TION, lu a healthy part or the State, aa I
leuoner of the En.llsh brunches and Rudiments I
or Music. References given if required. Ad-1
dre*B J. h. E., through charleston P. u. novto
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER
SPlidrSUF THE WORLD. THE TREAS-I
U K.E HOUSE OF A M ERIC A. TUE GREAT BOOK
OK THE IEAK. Agents report sales oi 26 io loo I
copies tn a few hours or days. Prospectus free. I
Addre- J. W. GOODSPBBD, New York, Chicago,
cincinuatl, s<. Louis, New Orleans. I
<w?l ^fl p B R 0 A Y.-LABORERS
wXmtJyJ Wanted, to Mine carolina Phos-1
pu?tes. Able-bodied hands can make from $12fi I
to St o0 per day. Comfortable Lodgings pro-1
vided free of charge.
Apply at the WorkB or the Ashley Land Phos-1
phar? Company, near Sineath's station, South fl
Carolina Kailroad, or to
0. R. HOLMES,
Accommodation wharf, cnarleeton, S. 0.
Cost ano f ?mir.
LOST^ON^THE THIRD, BETWEEN
Thompson's Dry Goods Store and Dr. Solo
mou'a office, Hasel street, a pair or GOLD SPEC?
TACLES, A liberal reward will be paid ir left at
i his office._decO-1*
ROOMS TO BENT, AT Na ll DOUGHT Y
street. Inquire on the premises, novu
FOR RENT, A FEW MORE COMFOKTA
BLE ROOMS, from $2 ro S3 per month.
Plenty of cistern water. ARCHER'S bazaar.
TO RENT, THAT FINE STOKE AND
Dwelling occupied by Melchers A Muller,
Nu. 217 Klug street. Apply at No. 6 Liberty
FOR RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, southeast corner of Meeting and
Charlotte streets; a floe cistern, large yard and
ample servants'accommodations ou the prem?
ises. Apply to CHAS. J. O?LCO?K. North At?
lantic Wharf. nr>v27-wfm&*
110 KfcNT, THAT LARGE AND OOM
. MODIOOS Building. No. 149 East Bay, re?
cently occupied as Hie Publication Office of TUB
NEWS, and formerly known as the French Coffee
House. For terms, Ac, applv at the office or
TUE NEWS, NO. ia Broad street. tep28
FOR SALE, A FINE SLOOP RIGGED
BOAT, of three and a hair tons, in good or?
der and ready for use, can be seen on south side
or Mr. Malony'a Mill, on toe Causeway. For
farther Information apply to T. Q. GIBBS 24
Marah Btreet._decs i*
JUST ARRIVED, ONE CAR LOAD
Cheap MULES, PONIEM AND MARR?, at R
0.4 KM AN'S SALE STABLES, No. us Church
ANO. 1 COW AND CALF FOR SALE
at southwest corner or Klug and Line
KENTUCKY SALE STABLES No. 89
CHURCH STREET.-Fort'y head of
HuctSES, MARES AND MULES, for all purposes
for sale low. Parties wtohing to buy good an??
mala will Had lt to their Interest to cal; and ex?
amine our stuck. BAMBERG A MoOOY.
^CADEH? OF MUSIC.
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9,
Brilliant engagement or tbe bean timi and talented
C Ii A P M A N* SISTERS,
And Unit time of the sparkling new Burlesque
and great New York Success,
LITTLE DON GIOVANNI,
Full of bright, original Music, Songs, Dances, Ac.
Mr. JOHN MORRIS, the Musical Proteus, in his
wonder.'ni MYSTICAL CHANGE.
Mr. JAMES COLLINS and Miss MARTHA
WBE.v, m their cit arm lng I ri? ti Sketch, entitled
And Mt. G. K. FORTES QUE in the laughable
GOLD, DEMON, FRA DIAVOLO, AO., Ao.
Admission to Orchestra and Dress Circle $1; re?
servo i Sfio extra; Faml'y Circle 60c; Gallery 26c.
Sale of seats commences at Box Office of Acad?
emy ? a< urday, December 7. dece-4
g EVEN FEB GENT, SECOND MORT?
GAGE BONDS SOUTH' CAROLINA RAIL?
The South Carolina Railroad Company having
created a Second Mortgage, amounting to
THBEE MILLION DOLLARS,
for the purpose of retiring all Ps floatlog obliga?
tions and arranging Its Non-If engage Bonds, and
the Bonds authorised to be Issued under said
Mortgage having been duly executed, they are
now offered for sale at this office at 76iper cent.
Payment will bo accepted as follows, vis: Two
thirds of the purchase money will be received In
the 7 per cent. Non-Mortgage Bonds of the Com?
pany at 76 per cent.; balance la cash.
The value or the security now offered entl les lt
to very high considerad on. The Mortgage cov?
ers the entire property or the Company, embrac?
ing 242 miles of first-class Road, abundantly
equipped with Locomotives and.Oars In One con?
dition, and all the appurtenances of a first-class
Railroad, the first Mortgage being only $3,000,000.
The business of the Road for the. present year ls
estimated at $1,400,000 gross, and Its net revenue
at over $650,coo. Its present prospects furnish
ample ground for very satisfactory anticipations
of future earnings. The Bonds bear date October
lat, and have attached coupons for 7 per cent,
per annum, Interest payable in April and Octo?
ber In the City of New York.
J. T. WELSMAN.
can obtain a pleasant Boom and excellent
board In a private ramil v for $26 per month, by
addrnsslng C. C.. Narwa Offloe._dec6-2*
NO. 266 KING STREET. -FAMILIES
and single gentlemen can obtain perma?
nent and Transient Board on reasonable terms.
N~~ oTicB OP REM7)V?II^^?WT1?I?
DAY removed rn r office from Accommoda?
tion Wharr to Exohange Range, Atlantic Wharf,
over office or WITTE B SOS. HENRY CARD.
' Sim in g Sic ri) nu a.
rp HE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER ? WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
. We are now selim g these superior MACHINES
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Kepal:mg done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANDF'G CO.,
aprMyr No. 9M King street.
g'JU TH GASOLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, December e. 1872.
EXCURSION TICKETS to this city, on the occa?
sion of the Dedication of the Masonic Temple.
will be on sale at points on this Road, from the
8 h to thelotu instant, ?jood to return until the 14th
instant. 8. B. PICKKNS,
4^-Papers la the ir tenor will piesse copy.
ueco-4_General T. cket Agent.
VrOBTHE AST ERN RAILROAD COM
CHAKIX8T0N, S. C.. June 8, 1872.
Trains will leave uhiurleston Dally at 10.16 A. M
and 8.00 p. BL
Arrive at Charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 8 P. M.
'hath does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN
Train leaving 10.16 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqula
Croak only, going inn ugh In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P.M. Train have
choice of route, ria lUcnmoud and Washington,
ur via Po rte m otu. h and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY lo Bal
elmore Those lea vin j on SATURDAY remain So?
DAT lu Wilmington, K. C.*
Thia ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to ciuclnnatl. Chicago and other points
Weat and No thwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trams of
Bsltlmoro and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS.
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAPOR. nen. Ticket Agent, mayal
Cl AV ANN AH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Jnne 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY. Jane nth, the Pas?
senger Trains on true Road win run as follows:
Uta ve Charleston daily..a. 30 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally.?.46 P. M.
Loave Savannah dally....'..11.80 P. U,
Arrive at Charleston dally._ 7A.M?
Loave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
A rrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 8.30 p. u,
Leave Savansah, Sundays excepted... 11 A. h.
Arrive at Charleston, sundays exo'ted. e.so p. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. M. tram
make olose connection with Port Royal Railroad
fer all Stations OB that Road, (Sundays excepted. )
Freight forwarded dally on through bills of lad
ut g to points In Florida and by Savannah Une ol
steamships to Boston, Prompt dispatch given tu
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and at as low rates as by any other line
Ticket? on sale at this office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
8. O. BOYLSTON, oen'l Ft, and fioket Agnnt.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 27, 1872.
On and arter SUNDAY, September 29, the Pas
sun ger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
r m as follows:
Leave Charleston.......... o so A M
Arrive at Columbia. 6.20 p M
leave Charleston.0 so A 11
Arrive at Augusta.6.40 p u
leave Columbia.:.0 00 A M
Arrive at Charleston.4.30 p M
Leave Augusta.O.Ou A M
Arrive at Charleston.4.80 p 11
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXPRSSB.
Leave Charleston.?. 7,10 p K
Arrive at Columbia.e so A M
Leave columbia.7.60 p u
Arrive at Charleston. 6 46 A M
AUGUSTA NIGHT SXPBKSg.
Leave Charleston.,.. s 30 p si
Arrive at Angosta.7.86 a u
Leave Augusta.?. ". e.16 r 11
Arrive at charleston.6.60 A M
H UH* BR VILLI TRA rN.
Leave Summerville at. 7.26 A M
Arrive at charleatou.8.40 A K
Leave Charleston.8.u6 p H
Arrive at summerville.4.40 p M
CANDIN TBA IN.
.Leave Camden..........7.20 A If
Arrive at Columbia.11.66 A M
Leave columbia.2,10 p M
Arrive at Camden.6.66 p 11
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Centra) Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This 1B the quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
St. Louis and ail other points West aid Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and columbia Railroad ; and Day and Night Train s
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on sale via this route to all
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept sundays) with Day Passenger Trato, and
runa through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PIOKENS, G. T. A. sep27 |
_J^gt%t tiquete, &t.
gPICED~ PIGS' EBE? ~T.
.10 nrf?na Oholc?jSPlOED PIGS' PEET. For sale
dflrfl.l"' HENRY COBLA A CO.
JpOR SALE, BAGGING 1 BAGGING I
AnnfRDEJ1^^AD^E<, RO,J? No-1 LUDLOW BAGGING.
t?0?Mmo ~ MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON.
WOOL, HIDES, SKINS AND FURS
J^EW STORE I FRESH GOODS I
We would respectfully inform our friends and
the "/ltlzena of Charleston that we have opened a
NO. 318 KING STREET.
OPPOBIH* LlBIBTT STBBBT,
And are now offering First-class Goods at prices
to suit the times.
BYRNE A FOGARTY. "
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
BYRNE A FOGARTY have opened a GBOOEBY
STORE at Na 318 King street, oppoalte Liberty
street, on the oaah system. Buying and selling
for cash only, thereby giving their customers the
aavantago of getting their goods at the lowest
possit) e ratea. Call and examine for yourself.
Do not forget the nnmber, 818 King street, oppo
slte Liberty street_novas-fmwsmos
jyr* ART IN & MOOD,
. (Successors to late E. E. Bedford,)
WHOLESALE AND. BETAIL GROCERS,
Nos. 127 and 129 MEETING STREET,
Corner Harket street, Charleston, South Carolina,
Seep on hand a well selected Stock or Choice.
Family supplies. ,
Oountry orders respectfally solicited. No charge
ror packing, and goods delivered tree or charge
to any part of the city, Railroad Depots and
W. H. WELCH-FLEETWOOD LAKKIAU-li EASON,
"^TINE OF THE ALTJSPIGE.
Indus nterqne servtet nnL
Ike greatest natural Tonic in the world and
most certain cure for Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Diarrhoea, Cholera Infantum, Cholera Morons, dr
any other Derangement of the Stomach or Bowels.
Highly endorsed by the Medical Faculty or the..
North. It ls net an Alcoholic Compound, being
mann fae tn red only from the Juice or the ripe
Allspice. Price fi per Bottle.
Sole Proprietor, O. Dz GORDO VA,
No. 02 William street, New York.
Agents, MARTIN A- MOOD,
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE,
. AM ERIC AN CLUB PISH-BONELESS
The Cheapest and best Food In existence, in
whole, halves and quarter boxes.
PAUL B. LALANE A CO.,
Na 176 East Bay, Charleston, S. C., Bole Agents.
Liberal discount to the trade. aepl9-3mos
(Brags at tttyalesale.
?^r?T EARNESTLY INVITE THE AT?
TENTION of Physicians, Druggists and the
publlo generally to the
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PHARMACEUTICAL
PREPARATIONS OF MESSRS, JOHN WYETH
a BRO., PRACTICAL CHEMISTS,
which have become ao deservedly POPDXAB for
their iKTBiKSio worth, the BLEQANT manner lb
which they are prepared, and tho RELIABILITY of
the QCALiTY of EACH SPECIFIC article they are
said to contain. First among them la their
COD LIVER OIL WITH PHOSPHATE LIME,
a most valuable remedy In the lar pe class of was
ttug dlse-tafs caused by iHPAiaxsirr or PERTER
SION of NUTRITION, the too rapid TISSUS TRANS
POKMATION and the want of certain sabstano* es?
sential to the organism, and lt Is offered with the
utmost confidence as au HCPOBTANT addition to
the resources or medicine a? alni t th-i diseases
which. In this country, are the most numerous,
and formidable say CKOFOLA In children and
PULMONARY COMPLAINTS lu a,lUita. "Each ounce
of the mixture coutaina is grains of the Phosphate
BEEF, WINE AND IBON.
This delightful nutritive tonio has been so uni?
versally used ana approved, lt ls unnecessary io
say more thai that lt ls kept op to Its usual stand?
ard or excellence.
"Each tablespoons contalna 1 ounce ' of Bref,
hair ounce of Sherry Wine and 2 gralus of Oltra te
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINC BONA.
The combination or Calisaya Bark with our pre?
paration ol Beer, Wlue and iron adds the nerve
tonic and antl-perlodlo effect or Cinchona to the
nutritious and stimulating properties of the other
ingredients. We doubt If a more prudent combi?
nation of tonio, nutritious and stimulating agents
could be preecrtbf d, and ask tee attention o phy?
sicians toits une, as a prompt an l reUable remedy
In i he many casea in which lt would naturally be
Indicated. Each tablespoonful contains 1 ounce
of Beef, 2 grains citrate of Iron, and half ounce
ot Wine or Callaaya Bars.
SHERRY WINE AND BEEF. .
The advantage of administering Beef with Wine
to patterns requiring both nutriment and stimu?
lant, win i e rea iny appreciated-the sustaining
and nutritious effect or the beef often enabling
delicate and sensitive Invalids to take the wine
with benefit, when ordinarily they would be un?
able to take lt even m small quantities without
occasioning headache, Aa- Each tablespoonful
contains one-half ounce of Sherry Wine and one
ounce of beer.
We also call attention to the following as some
among these preparations most In use: Elixir
Calisaya Bark, Iron and Strychnine. Elixir Phos?
phate Iron, Quinine and Strychnine. Elixir Va?
leriana!? Ammonia. Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and
Strychnine. Bitter Wine of Iron. Elixir Gentian,
Ferrated. Wine of Wild Cherry Bark Ferrated.
Syrup Lac? Phos. Lime. Tasteless Cod Liver
Wholesale Agents for Marvln'sPnre Cod Liver
OIL BOWIE, MOISE a DAVIS,
nove-tuf Agents ror South Carolina.
Ct 19al Notices.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF BARNWELL.-court of Com?
mon Pleas.-DANIEL i. THOMA?, Plaintiff,
against MAGGIE H. THOMAS, Defendant.-sum?
mons ror Relief.-To MAGGIE H. TBOMAS, Die
Defendant above Damed:
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint tn this action, which will
be flied in the office of the clerk of the Court of
common Plea*, for the said county, and to serve
a copy or your answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber, at hts ofllce at Blackville, in the
county and state aforesaid, within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of
such service, and ir you rail to answer the com?
plaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in
thia action will apply to the court for the relier
demanded in the complaint.
Dated at Blackville the twenty-e'ghth day or
November, A. D. 1872. SAMUEL J HAY,
Blackville, s. 0.
To MAGGIE H. THOMAS, the Defendant in the
above stated action: Take notice that the sum?
mons in this actio j, or walch the roregoiug ls a
copy, and the complaint therein, WdB filed in the
office of the clerk or the Court or Common Pleas,
at Blackville, ror the County of Barnwell, In the
State or South Carolina, on the twenty-eighth
day or November, A. D. 1872. ann that the object
or thia action on the part of ihe Plaintiff, DANIEL
J. THOMAS, la to obtain a Divorce from you,
MAGGIE H. THOMAS, the Said D?fendant.
SAMUEL J. HAY,
Blackville. 8. 0.
November, A D. 1872. nov29-fe
AIKEN HOTEL, AIKEN, SOUTH CARO?
Having recently purchased, thoroughly over?
hauled and refitted the above Hotel, we reaptct
fuliy announce to our friends and the public that
weare now ready to receive and emertain guests
in first-class style. BAILEY A PEGG,
HOLIDAY GOODS I
Holiday Goods I
strawberry Jam, in
' ' . 40c each;
Dandee Marmalade, 3
pourid-pots for one1''
. . ' dOUstt. 3.1171
a no OKEY.
a ROCE EY,
Buy your Holiday Goods
from ? . 3Wr
t . ' ?* j Uti') liwC-fA
Smoked Tongue*, 'SW . ':
WILSONS' eoty-flve- cent? each, GROOKRY.
WILSONS' Brandy Fr ni t s, all GROCERY,
kinds, (rom one to tor
* " tydullarsperjar. " '? '- ?.
WILSONS' aE ^oiT ,. ,..? . GROCERY, i
Seedless Raisins, eight
_. .^?._. potmdB for one dollar. ""??*.-!
WILSONS' ?i<i*o-> ? ,r. . : GROCERY, i
. send your orders, to . u
WILFONS' WILSONS. GROCERY. .
Preserved Fruits tn all " ? .
WILSONS' atyltes. G ROCE RT.
. Pickled Fruits, some- '. *TJ15
WILSONS' thing new, arl shapes. GROOHHY/
New citron, New Lem- .^??v'''
WILSONS' on Peel. _ "jT GROCERY;J
' .'' . ' . ' 'Oi' ''j .'J .?i S Ifl;**,!*?)
For anything Nico, go .^^.^?u
WILSONS' ? to '-- : GROCKFY. '
WIL90NS? . ' GROCERY;"
. New?' Currants - elg?it ' ?a L*TI W 1
poonda lor one dollar. r-tP-.^...,.
WILSONS' -O- GROO&fiT.
Jeales" fro rn? twenty ^v^rviiWi
.' cents ton ve dollars; ' V.wfcif?
WILSONS' , per jar. ;. GRfj^tVi
sweet cider oa draught <y?~i<?? h?-.
?. ! -J ?-? city goI0.-..1 VJ'*:-*ur.'*iit?f .
306 K LNG ST, WILSONS'..
SM KING ST. Choice Table Butter al- WILSONS'.' ?
w?ysoh:hand.' '? ? ? . .^.?r
Eoe XING ST. Family Flour, ground WILSONS'.-:
expressly for us.
806 KING 8T. Parched Coffees receiv WILSONS'. <
ru I .i . cd dally. ?Ai >U .M*l!rr
80s KING ST. U you want anything WILS?ffoC
.- .::.'!. ??...?::.. . , .J .....^
son KING ST. . w r L s "oir'i j'. " iii?fi?HS*.-i
around Coffees to Order -.'?'A i)v
308 KING ST. >' -H>- . WILSONS'.::
Try the- Tess it'fifty - ,',aM?f
.cents, told only ?-iv J> J-H,A~* '
306 KING ST. . at. ..,;... WILSONS'.
808 KING ST. -o-; ; . ; iTyjjrjMffl^
Best Tea dnr* one dov :;i ~~ 1
lar and forty cents.
805 KING ST. ?-0-' WILSONS'
Good Tea at. eighty '-.i .
-I -1 cents. v< . , ,u. ?
808 KING ST. .-.p-o-. .,-:,., Nt mLSON*?.,
You can save twenty
?ve cenuon ?. ... w ** V?
806 KING ST. every ^u^d*^ .Tea WttSOJ^.;!.
30? ENG ST.. WIL80N-?'.' WTLSOBYvr
. i - -o- V/? ^??- t l3A..rtr5X?VJ?5
No charge for. fiettrtx* . ? -.x-sa ?U\%
80S KING ST. lng Goods. WlLfrMf*#
Ko chsja^for?s^da? V..-?^L^'
805 KINO ST. . TT^jLiS^^
! i . - "T^to: ':.:(,*; !:,n
806 KING ST. Particular atten'donto WILSONS'; '
Country ordora- -t'i - ?
806 KINO ST. - WTL|ONS'.
806 KING ST. W I LS O NS'. WJL&0K8A/
. . ... i-f. wsfiai.
m KINO ST. Address Box sw F WTL?pNS'.'
? ..... ?;..: *.: ? :
808 KINQ ST. ?DD?XSS BOX 888I WbiiOWfi^
?..J"ii _; smajSjS'i ?
80S KING ST. ADDRESS BOX8831 WILSONS'. -
- . ll . I K;'Vi$nt6'il.
187A-By Ordinance tte tune lor ?f?i ?s list
instalment of Corporation m*nd sitlmr?2c
Taxe* for tfcla year, will end on toe ISth^anT
.and upon all Taxea due sud unp&W os Uatdav
a penalty of twenty per cent^rlllatuch aadi re,
tnrne for snch Taxes ?111 be on ut JaeYariSR
aent to the sheriff for execution. -*,T **
deo?-8P. J. OU^AN;01t>T^SSmjL/...
CITY 8HEBlFPS.OTOOR OTaBiUBm
,.," ?,!' i2???Z^u!?* PWPWMvert?ed by rne:
city sheriff for aale on Monday..3d doeaaWisnd
not paid upon thsC?ay.tw?Lpe s<>id . ato noto
auction, In front of th* City flail, on Mondsj ftth>
December, Instant, ^mv?fT^, *7
CITY HALL; O?WCE OLBBK: OF
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, S. fe. SOYEB?BES?
2 IST, 1873.-Sesied e tim ate? wm be receives at
.his office optai TtnajDAr. December ma,: 1571, ai
4 o'clock P. M;, mr Uta conversion ci: UM old
Workhouse into a City Hospital, and for tbs rs
palrlng or the Masyok street Hospital, the pom ag
down of the buUdUtn used for the ID sane, ind
present bniid lng nsed as a Bakery, and the con
strnctlQn of new buildings for Hospitalis? the
Insane, the Bakery and servants? Qaarurs> - :
The offers will state aeparateiy tue cost af the
alterations, Ac,, .of the. main Hosp ital ot? Maga -
sine street, the alteratlona and repairs of the Ma
ay ck street Hospital, joe polling down of the pees
ent building used for the Insane and bofijlag
new one, the puning down of tho present Muri
lng nsed aa a Bakery and th? bonding era new
one, and thebnlldingof Servants' Qnirt?rs. Tbs
Oommitee reserve the right to reject an v cart or
psi ts, or sil or the bids. All agreesDtjt to 1 picas
and sp?cifications in the offloe of tho city gagl
1 neer. W. W. SIMON8,. .'.
nov2a,36.29 dec8,6,10 Clerk of SfflPC T
*?- 1 5 j1 .1
Moint Stack fomnartrj.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of the state Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 28fi-THDB8DAY MOBKLVO, Dec. i. '
CLASS No 280-THDB8DAT EVKmm. Dec' av "
deco-i A. MOROSO, sworn OumssiBMner.
DR. FTTLER'S YEGBTAfiim WOh
Warranted under oath never to nave railed to
cure. 23,500 certificates or testimonials or cure,
including Rev: O. H; Ewing. Media, Penwylvania;
I Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of schuyikiiL Pbtiadei.
phla; the wife ol Rev. J. B. Davis, Hirtutown,
I New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Rector Jennings and Doctor Weitrm,
1 Philadelphia: Hon. i V. Creeley, member OODT
g ress from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam?
den, New Janey; ex-Senator Stewart, BaiBinere:
ex-Governor PoweU, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted to cure or money rwrmdefl.
DB. GBO. OA?LIBB, Agenv
Julyl-lyr - charleston. 8XL fl
Q J- L ? H N, :
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. ' ], h
No. 450 KINO STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now m Stock of my own importa tien, .. ' '
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Patter's cold Cream.
English Daley's Carminative, British oil, Roche's
Embrocation and chlorodyne. . .: .-. ,..
' AGETT FOB '.
TILDEN A CO.'8 SOLID AND FLUID EXYAAOTS,
Pharmaceutical Preparatkms, sugarcoated
Pills, Ac, ia INT FOB . uateffi/r
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.1
AeXNT FOB SOUTH eABOUBA FOB ,. t
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO wwrn^aTi
MACHINE AND APPLTANCES, .',
Surgical Instruments aad Goods or foreign BAB
u facture Imported to order.
My Dispensing- Department ls complete, em.
bracing all New Remedies.
A mil assortment of Trusses and Bandages SJ.
ways on hand. _ , " . T
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS oompotta did
with accuracy day or night ja?l&w?nly